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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Advanced C Programming Notes. Bhuhsan Vardhekar. These notes are prepared according to Pune university syllabus M. Basics of C C fundamentals: Introduction of high-level programming language, operators and its precedence, various data types in C, storage classes in C.
To overcome this problem, the C standard library provides the gets function. It allows us to read a line of characters including spaces and tabs until the newline character is entered, i.
The executable code for the library is provided in separate files, usually in the lib directory, in the installation directory of the compiler. BASIC has the advantage of English-like commands that are easier to understand and remember than those of most other languages.
This includes various include files.
Then comes the main function. Some name can also be given to the main function. Then, we have the variable declarations used in the main code. Then we have sub-functions. We will focus here only on C programming So.
The intention was to develop a language for writing an operating system OS. As you know an OS is software which controls the various processes in a computer system.
This language was later improved by Ken Thompson and he gave it a new name B. The basic ideas about some topics such as arrays, etc. This is usually done at the beginning of the program file, but after preprocessor directives. The variable is not declared again in the body of the functions which access it.
Static Variables Another class of local variable is the static type.
A static can only be accessed from the function in which it was declared, like a local variable. The static variable is not destroyed on exit from the function, instead its value is preserved, and becomes available again when the function is next called.
Static variables are declared as local variables, but the declaration is preceeded by the word static. Constants A C constant is usually just the written version of a number.
For example 1, 0, 5. We can specify our constants in octal or hexadecimal, or force them to be treated as long integers. Character constants are usually just the character enclosed in single quotes; 'a', 'b', 'c'. Some characters can't be represented in this way, so we use a 2 character sequence.
In addition, a required bit pattern can be specified using its octal equivalent. Character constants are rarely used, since string constants are more convenient. A string constant is surrounded by double quotes eg "Brian and Dennis". The string is actually stored as an array of characters. Every data type has its size that may depend on the machine; for example, an integer may be of 2 or 4 Bytes.
Data is stored in a binary form, i. Keywords such as "switch," "case," "default," "register," etc. Memory can be allocated at compile time or run-time using malloc and calloc functions. C language has many features such as recursion, preprocessor, conditional compilation, portability, pointers, multi-threading by using external libraries, dynamic memory allocation due to which it is used for making portable software programs and applications.
Networking API's are available using which computer users can communicate and interact with each other, share files, etc.
The process of making a program which is known as coding requires knowledge of programming language and logic to achieve desired output.